This special one-hour Teleforum hosted by CATAAlliance
and its partners will take place on Thursday, July 28th at 11:00a.m. EST
Pre Register Now
, as space is limited.
Ultra-broadband at Google's residential test speeds of one billion bits a second is coming to Toronto, through the mega-revitalization project called "Toronto Waterfront". If you would like to learn more about the Waterfront project, including how to become a supplier on the I.T. side, join a group of your colleagues at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday July 28th
for a Teleforum
briefing call and Q&A on the coming of ultra-broadband to Toronto. Bigger than Canary Wharf in London, the Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Project
will provide the same affordable access to collaboration as other leading cities in the world -- cities where new models of effective health care, world class education and workplace collaboration can be innovated.
The Speakers in the Tele-Forum will be:
, Chair and CEO of Hutchison Management International; Chair of Waterfront Toronto's i-Waterfront Advisory Council and their Executive Director, Intelligent Communities; and, as a social entrepreneur the founding chair or director of ten industry and social consortia and charitable foundations.
, Chief Information Officer, Tridel, is creating a new standard in connectivity within buildings, where access to high-speed Internet Protocol networks form the basis of the Intelligent Building.
is Vice President of Central Canada Public Sector Operations for Cisco Canada. He is responsible for business development and sales operations for the Government, Health, Education and Municipal marketplaces. A 25 year veteran of Canada's high tech community, Rick joined Cisco in 1994 and has held various leadership positions in Optical sales, West Coast Operations and most recently Central Enterprise operations. Prior to joining Cisco Systems Rick held various sales and technical leadership roles with IBM Canada and is a member of Professional Engineers Ontario.
The vision for i-Canada
is a nation of provincial and local Intelligent Communities large and small, urban and remote featuring great places to live with innovation cultures and communications infrastructures that ensure economic growth, satisfying employment and social prosperity. In the future i-Canada's
Intelligent Communities will have blended our traditional values with the best new applications of 21st century digital technology to create new models for effective health care, ageing well and world class education and learning.
Prior to the Call, participants are encouraged to review the i-Canada Briefing note
The Teleforum Conference Call is a uniquely interactive meeting of invitation-only executives who will also be invited to related venues to extend the information sharing, access to briefing material and encourage peer exchanges.